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Sep 26, 2010 11:00pm EDT
the law is. >> reporter: robin ables with power paws told us a lot of businesses just don't know the law. the americans with disability act states that you, a business, may not insist on proof of state certification before permitting a service animal to company the person with the disability. so what about local or state ordinances regarding dogs h it comes to service animals federal law comes first. >> i am sure they will realize, we made a mistake, no big deal and it is order. don't make those mistakes. >>> the news tonight is far from over. >> news edge at 11 starts right now. [ music ] >> this is fox 5 numbs edge at 11. >> the hunt is on for a hit and run driver. they plowed into a woman in silver spring and dragged her body. thanks for joining us. i'm will thomas. >> and i'm maureen umeh. tonight we have learned who the victim is and what she was doing when the car hit her and just took off. family members fear she may not survive. >> reporter: 25-year-old daniela was born in guatemala. most recently worked and lived about a block from where she was hit at 8:00 saturday night. struc
Sep 14, 2010 7:00am PDT
haven't been able to determine that. robin? >> neal, thank you. >>> time to say good morning to sam. >> we're talking about a monster storm. it's been a year of huge storms. thankfully, they have not been land-falling storms. here's the map today. a category 4 storm. we think it will continue to move toward bermuda and then curve back out. julia behind it will curve as well. we're in pretty good shape, as far as the u.s. coast goes. gorgeous day in the northeast. the rest of the weather in the next half hour. >> in t >> in the next-half hour, plenty of severe weather and lightning strikes. robin? >> all right, sam. >>> there's a new survey that may, well, may gross you out a little bit this morning. who washes their hands more in a public restroom, men or women? like we need to ask. and what cities have the worst offenders. the answers may surprise you. here's yunji de nies. >> it's particularly important for you to wash your hands after going to the toilet. >> reporter: we all know we're supposed to do it. do you always wash your hands when you leave the ladies room? >> always. >
Sep 19, 2010 5:00pm PDT
. they need the ball back on the second and nine. throwing away. robins well after the plate decided he needed to give him a push. that was worth 15 yards. raiders able to run out the clock from there. oakland in the win column. cable >>> the patriots taking on their rivals the jets. this is what brady and moss can do. giving them the second quarter leave. he left the game after injuring his hamstring. jets rally for the win. sanchez in the back of the end zone. three scoring passes on the day. england's -- the jets 28-14 win. packers got the big win or buffalo. >>> wade representing for chicago at the big stadium in dallas. bears trail in the second quarter. then cutler throwing to hester in the end zone. he brings the pass in with one hand. two body parts down. the replay confirmed the call. dallas unexpected 0-2 after this loss. the texans get a field goal against washington to win the first overtime game in their franchise history. >>> favre not able to turn back the clock. the third quarter. wake coming from behind. stripping the ball away. it's recovered in the end zone. that gives the d
Sep 30, 2010 3:00pm PDT
the next many months and years the taxpayer is going to have to be able to sell these shares for more than $29 to make any sort of profit. >> brown: robin, as a.i.g. converts from preferred shares to common shares, this u.s. government stake, doesn't that expose the u.s. taxpayer to even more downside risk than they had before? >> the idea is not for the government to sit out there and be a mutual-fund-like holder of these common shares. they're not portfolio managers. they did this holding their news and dragging their feet. they're looking to sell the shares in an orderly manner but in an expeditious manner. look, they want to offload this stuff and get hard cash back. it's a huge black eye. the september 2008 kind of gun to the head negotiations with the entire economy at the brink, and i think it's critical for treasury to have this type of symbolic victory, but i disagree with what robert benmosche said in the recording there, it's incredibly deceptive to think that the taxpayer and the system is going to be made whole with even woo 100 or $150 billion paid back. the government and th
Sep 29, 2010 7:00am PDT
. and people want to know why. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning, robin. when she stands before the judge later this morning, we will be able to see if the acid burns to bethany storro's face have healed. she has confessed that it was all self-inflicted. she's now accused of going on a spending spree with money donated by good samaritans. this is what bethany looked like before the acid touched her skin. this is what she did to herself. in the police report, investigators say bethany confessed to buying drain-cleaning acid and gloves at local hardware store for $17. two hours later, she slipped into the room near the public park. rubbed the acid on her face. then, screamed for help. >> she is crying a lot. she is in a lot of pain, with the acid being in her face. >> reporter: telling everyone she had been attack for no reason, by an african-american woman in the park. >> once it hit me, i could actually hear it bubbling and sizzling my skin. >> reporter: her elaborate tale even included buying sunglasses that saved her eyesight. >> i had this feeling that i
Sep 15, 2010 7:00am PDT
from chicago. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, robin. a good day for the shourd family. we're told that sarah was able to meet with her fellow hikers, josh fattal and shane bauer, before leaving iran. a chance to say good-bye, something very important to all three of them before that emotional reunion with her family. sarah shourd spent her first moments of freedom in more than a year with her family, a welcome relief from solitary confinement in iran's most notorious prison. >> all of my efforts will go into helping procure the same freedom for my fiance, shane bauer, and my friend, josh fattal because i can't enjoy my freedom without them. they deserve to be standing here with me. they don't deserve to be in prison a minute longer. >> reporter: back in the u.s., the fattal and bauer families are praying their loved ones will also be freed. we spoke with josh's brother, alex, at home in philadelphia. >> we profoundly share in the joy of the shourd family, and we want nothing more than to have that for our families, as well. >> reporter: but tehran's prosecutor offered litt
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